The Blind Leading the Blind

In the financial services industry, it is very common to see the blind leading the blind. No offence to the visually handicapped; I am referring to people without adequate financial knowledge providing financial advice to equally clueless individuals.

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Problem Creators and Problem Solvers

I think most people will agree with me when I say that we ought to be vilifying problem creators and rewarding problem solvers. For example, society seeks to punish criminials, and hires policemen to protect society from criminal acts.

Is this the case for the financial planning industry?

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Reflections

Two-thirds of the year is coming to a close and it has been quite a busy year so far with new experiences. Have been meaning to write a new entry for the past few days, but my schedule of late has been quite hectic with quite a lot of things to do.

There has been seemingly unlimited things to learn and I have been enjoying every bit. I have been told to be a very technical person and I am perpetually hungry for new information.

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